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F1 must be more affordable - Ferrari

F1 must be more affordable - Ferrari

Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene believes Formula 1 needs to become "a bit more affordable" to safeguard its future, but thinks any proposals for standardised cars are too extreme

The man in Formula 1's hottest seat

The man in Formula 1's hottest seat

Despite a dismal 2014 Formula 1 season that featured more team principals than podiums, the Prancing Horse started 2015 with a spring in its step. Then Sebastian Vettel won in Malaysia. DIETER RENCKEN sat down with the man at the helm, Maurizio Arrivabene

How relevant is the DTM to F1?

How relevant is the DTM to F1?

Mercedes, Audi and BMW claim the FIA made a mistake in leaving the DTM off its list of series eligible for Formula 1 superlicence points. MITCHELL ADAM asks whether they have a point

Hamilton: Ferrari step not just power

Hamilton: Ferrari step not just power

Lewis Hamilton believes Ferrari's "huge step" shows Formula 1 is not just about engine performance as he thinks downforce gains were also pivotal in Sebastian Vettel's Malaysian Grand Prix victory

Breaking News

Meeke calls for Circuit of Ireland boost

World Rally Championship driver Kris Meeke has called on the Northern Irish Government to help safeguard the future of the Circuit of Ireland Rally

Infiniti to make BTCC debut with one car

The new Infiniti team will field just one car at the opening British Touring Car Championship round at Brands Hatch this weekend

Gasly to make Toro Rosso test debut

Red Bull development driver Pierre Gasly will drive a Formula 1 car for the first time when he gets behind the wheel of a Toro Rosso in Barcelona next month

Ekstrom announces World RX title bid

DTM star Mattias Ekstrom has declared he'll also "drive enough races to become World Rallycross champion" this year, in announcing a dual 2015 programme

King leads Bahrain GP2 test

Manor Formula 1 team development driver Jordan King topped the timesheets on the opening day of GP2's second pre-season test at Bahrain International Circuit

F1 News

Gasly to make Toro Rosso test debut

Red Bull development driver Pierre Gasly will drive a Formula 1 car for the first time when he gets behind the wheel of a Toro Rosso in Barcelona next month

Tost: 'Stupid' Verstappen critics silenced

Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost believes "stupid people" who criticised Max Verstappen as too young for Formula 1 will have been silenced by his first two grands prix

F1 must be more affordable - Ferrari

Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene believes Formula 1 needs to become "a bit more affordable" to safeguard its future, but thinks any proposals for standardised cars are too extreme

Hamilton: Ferrari step not just power

Lewis Hamilton believes Ferrari's "huge step" shows Formula 1 is not just about engine performance as he thinks downforce gains were also pivotal in Sebastian Vettel's Malaysian Grand Prix victory

MotoGP News

More to come from Ducati, says Dovizioso

Andrea Dovizioso says Ducati still has a huge amount to learn about and extract from its 2015 MotoGP bike, which came close to victory in the Qatar Grand Prix

Qatar battle one of my best - Rossi

Valentino Rossi says his last-lap Qatar Grand Prix battle with Andrea Dovizioso was among the greatest of his MotoGP career

Helmet issue hampered Lorenzo

Jorge Lorenzo has revealed that a problem with his helmet cost him a shot at victory in MotoGP's season-opening Qatar Grand Prix

Arm problem could force Pedrosa out

Dani Pedrosa may be forced to halt his MotoGP career due to an inoperable arm condition

Rallying News

Meeke calls for Circuit of Ireland boost

World Rally Championship driver Kris Meeke has called on the Northern Irish Government to help safeguard the future of the Circuit of Ireland Rally

Young Finn gets Toyota WRC test role

Toyota has added Finish rising star Teemu Suninen to its junior driver programme and the test roster for its new World Rally Championship contender

VW fears Latvala title hopes are over

Volkswagen team principal Jost Capito has admitted Jari-Matti Latvala's World Rally Championship title aspirations could be over already this season

Block won't appear in WRC in 2015

Gymkhana star Ken Block will focus his attentions on Global Rallycross this season and will not compete in a single World Rally Championship round for the first time since 2009

WEC News

More garages, 60 cars for Le Mans '16

An increase in the number of pits at Le Mans to allow 60 cars to start the 24 Hours is on course to be completed in time for next year's race

SMP's new LMP2 car makes debut

SMP Racing's new BR Engineering LMP2 coupe, which will race at the Le Mans 24 Hours and in the European Le Mans Series, made its track debut on Sunday

New Strakka LMP2 will be 'in the mix'

The as-yet-unraced Strakka Dome LMP2 coupe is "in the mix" ahead of the start of the World Endurance Championship, according to team boss Dan Walmsley, after testing at Paul Ricard

Porsche takes clean sweep in WEC test

Porsche topped the times in every session over the course of the two-day official World Endurance Championship test at Paul Ricard

WTCC News

Borkovic raced against doctors' advice

Honda privateer Dusan Borkovic raced in Sunday's opening round of the 2015 World Touring Car Championship in Argentina in spite of medical advice to the contrary, it has emerged

Loeb holds off Lopez for victory

Sebastien Loeb scored a tenacious victory over Citroen team-mate Jose Maria Lopez in the second World Touring Car Championship race in Argentina, scything through from eighth on the reversed grid

Lopez leads Citroen domination

Defending champion Jose Maria Lopez won the opening race of the 2015 World Touring Car Championship in Argentina from Citroen team-mate Yvan Muller

Huff shocked by pace of new Vesta

Lada driver Rob Huff called the performance of the new Vesta a "genuine surprise" after going quickest in first qualifying at the World Touring Car Championship opener in Argentina

IndyCar News

Fan injured by IndyCar debris

A fan is recovering in hospital after being injured by a piece of debris during Sunday's IndyCar season-opener in St Petersburg

Confidence to attack back - Montoya

Juan Pablo Montoya says his confidence is now fully restored after admitting that parts of his IndyCar comeback season with Penske in 2014 were "painful"

Montoya beats Power to victory

Juan Pablo Montoya held off Penske team-mate Will Power to open the 2015 IndyCar season with a victory in St Petersburg

Power on pole as Penske dominates

Reigning IndyCar champion Will Power will start his title defence from pole position after leading a Penske domination of qualifying in St Petersburg

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